- The Green Bay Packers are 1.5 point road underdogs to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
- The Packers have -193 odds to go under 2.5 total touchdowns against the Bucs.
- The Bucks have -159 odds to go under 2.5 total touchdowns in the game as well.
TAMPA, Fla.- The Green Bay Packers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers entered the season as the two favorites to meet in the NFC Championship Game.
Now, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are set to meet far before that – on Sunday, with the Bucs favored by 1.5 points at home.
Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds
- Green Bay Packers +1.5 -110
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers -1.5 -110
The Packers have only covered the spread in two of their last seven games, and have not covered the spread in their last four road games.
However, they do tend to cover the spread against conference opponents, covering in ten of their last 14 games against the NFC.
The Bucs also crush spreads against conference opponents, with a 5-1 ATS record in their last six games in-conference.
They’re also a dominant home team when it comes to the spread, covering the spread in eleven of their last fourteen home games.
With both teams so evenly matched, it’s not a surprise to see them having similar NFL game props as well.
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Tampa Bay Total Touchdowns Odds
- Over 2.5 +115
- Under 2.5 -159
The Buccaneers are favored to hit the under on 2.5 touchdowns scored in the game. This game comes on the heels of a 20-10 victory over the New Orleans Saints that saw frustration grow amongst the Bucs offense, with Tom Brady taking his anger out on a Microsoft Surface on the sideline.
The Bucs are not going to be prolific touchdown scorers in this game, but the online sportsbooks do seem to think they’ll come out ahead of the Packers.
Green Bay Total Touchdowns Odds
- Over 2.5 +135
- Under 2.5 -193
The Packers also have an O/U of 2.5 touchdowns in the game, but they’re even more likely to hit the under than the Bucs are.
They scored only seven points against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 1, although they did score 27 points on the Chicago Bears in Week 2.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Green Bay Packers at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday.
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